2019 Art Exhibit: Pollinate This!
art inspiring seeds of conservation
We wander in gardens, foster habitats, explore ecosystems. Life buzzes, entwines, fosters and interacts—one species to another and another and another. Birds and insects and plants thrive together.
Can we pause, notice? Can we let the outside in, become as intimately connected to the world as a pollinated plant is to its pollinators?
Visit our 2019 art exhibit, Pollinate This!, and discover how 34 Vermont artists and photographers answer these questions in their work.
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It’s the last month to discover and share our 2016 community art show, “In Layers: the Art of the Egg” https://www.facebook.com/events/305884369763841/ Visit soon!
Visit art and artists at “In Layers” Reception: Sept 10, 3-6pm. (“51 Birds” © C V Talmage, used by permission) http://ow.ly/69JM303i0vt http://ow.ly/i/ma2R8
Be part of our 2016 eggs-hibition! Do you create? Do you have a thing for birds, science, or conservation? We do too. The Birds of Vermont Museum seeks art and craft that focus on the beauty, biology, and essence of eggs for our 2016 season Art Exhibit, In Layers: The Art of the Egg. We’re hoping …
In selecting art for the Birds of a Fiber exhibit, we hoped to allow the variety of media to hint at the diversity of birds. We had hooked rugs and traditional penny rugs, photographs rendered in cross-stitch, crocheted and fabric sculptures, needle felted miniatures, multimedia collages, paper sculpture, and quilts. We hope you had a chance to see some of …
Do you create with fibers? Do you have a thing for birds, science, or conservation? We do too and we hope you’ve sent us something for our show! This is just a last-call/reminder: Deadline is Sunday, March 1. We are so looking forward to reviewing all the submissions in the next couple of weeks! Submission …